KABATESI: Road madness by drivers claiming too many lives

These monsters must be checked before they turn roads into human wastelands

In Summary

• John Mututho, the former Nacada chairman, says  that most public vehicle drivers are usually high on intoxicants.

• He rhetorically wondered why National Transport and Safety Authority does speed checking, a police function, instead of random spot drug testing of drivers.

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